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CM Estate for Kemp and Stevens

Kemp & Stevens

Press release Kemp and StevensPictured is Geoff Thorne of Kemp and Stevens receiving the keys to his new Mondeo Estate removal vehicle from Coleman Milne.

Established in 1806, the company formerly known as Sewery was brought by Geoff’s Father and current director Ronald Thorne in 1961. Ronald worked as an apprentice for the same company from 1943 and now has ten staff working for him at their offices in Alton, Hampshire.

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Adding to their current Mercedes fleet of two and Mark 10 Fords, Geoff says he is delighted with Kemp and Stevens’s newest addition, ‘I’m always pleased with my vehicles from Coleman Milne.’ Geoff was particularly interested in the new CM Classic hearse after seeing it on his factory tour, “the classic shape looks very stylish and the increased headroom is ideal for me, being that bit taller. I’m looking forward to trying it out very soon!”

All the team at Coleman Milne thank Ronald and Geoff for their valued business and wish them all the best for 2010.

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